Hi Willem,
Perhaps, but this would all depend on someone's sense of pitch. Those of us who are musically inclined might have a bit of an advantage as we would have an ear for subtle changes in pitch. Others might not be so adept at subtle changes in pitch, and would have a more difficult time of it. Plus you would have to know at what point is not safe to pass, and when you can just barely make it etc.


Smile.

Willem wrote:
Wouldn't pitch or volume also work? Say have the volume increase as the gap gets smaller. This could make judging the dash through the trapdoor harder, but it would be more realistic as well.


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